iOS 10 jailbreak update: Pangu given up to jailbreak iOS 10 due to Apple’s improved security features?


#iOS10 #Jailbreak – iOS 10 jailbreak update: Pangu given up to jailbreak iOS 10 due to Apple’s improved security features? : iOS 10 jailbreak is a much-pondered issue among expert keyloggers as well as Apple users. The Cupertino-based tech giant is seemingly not ready to leave any weak spots for hackers of its system security. In fact, it is believed that renowned hacker, Pangu, is giving up on its attempts to jailbreak iOS 10.

Many speculations suggest that there is a jailbreak app for iOS 10.0.0, 10.0.1, and 10.0.2. However, Apple has left no stone unturned with regard to improving the iOS operating system.

Many Apple users find iOS to be very imprisoning. Therefore, they are eagerly waiting for any iOS 10 jailbreak tool to have much freedom.

This is also true for users who desist from updating their iPhones to iOS 10. Apple’s latest update of iOS 10.0.2 makes things worse since jailbreaking is currently a backbreaking venture, even for reputable hackers like Pangu.

Apple has since come out to provide a very different explanation to users concerning the latest update. However, the tech giant said that iOS 10.0.2 is just a minor software update, according to Geeky Gadgets. The update aims to solve issues about the dysfunctional headphone and crashing photos when iCloud Library is switched on.

Meanwhile, other sources spurred expectations among users about a new jailbreaking tool. The Unlock-Jailbreak Team has created a jailbreak tool that can evade the restrictions of the system for any device running iOS 10, according to Neuro Gadget. The tool is reportedly applicable on iOS 10.0.1 and iOS 10.0.2 enabled devices.

However, other sources argue that there is no recent and reliable update for iOS 10-jailbreak tool, which can break through the restrictions of iOS 10 or any newer versions. Just like the case of iOS 9 jailbreak where Apple took control over its OS with patches and software development efforts, the company might do the same in case any jailbreaking tool is released for iOS 10.